July 7, 2020

Giant Eagle Recalls Cookies for Undeclared Milk; Illnesses Reported

All lots of Giant Eagle brand seasonal cut out cookies are being recalled for undeclared milk, one of the major food allergens. Anyone with an allergy to milk could have a serious reaction if they eat one of these cookies. The cookies were baked and sold inside Giant Eagle and Market District supermarkets through March 18, 2015. Illnesses have been reported.

RecallThe cookies were sold in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and West Virginia. They were sold individually in the bakery service case as well as in clear packages. Those packages are: 1 count seasonal cut-out cookie, 1 ounce with UPC number 77993 90046; 1 count decorated cut-out cookie, 2 ounces with UPC number 37973 00199; 2 count decorated cut-out cookies 5 ounces with UPC number 17972 10298; 10 count cut-out cookies, 15 ounces with UPC number 89685 80499; and 12 count cut-out cookies 24 ounces with UPC number 69748 80499.

If you have been sickened with allergic reactions after eating these cookies, see your doctor. The company would also like consumers to check their freezers to see if they have any of these products that may have been stored. You can see pictures of some of the recalled cookies at the FDA web site.

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